People at Oktoberfest beer festival

Oktoberfest is a big deal in the beer-drinking world, that much is obvious. But what are the best beers to make your Oktoberfest party one to remember?

We at The Belgian Beer Company make sure to have some speciality beers brought in just for this occasion. Get them quick, though, as they aren’t in stock year-round.

Here is a run-down of some of our favourites from this year’s stock. For the full list, just head over to our catalog.

Erdinger Festweisse

This slightly strong beer gets its taste from a traditional bottle fermentation process.

A German wheat beer brewed specifically for Oktoberfest celebrations, this creation is favourite of festival-goers worldwide.

Touting a grainy, hoppy flavour, Erdinger is proud to, as they say, bottle the taste of the festival for its consumers.

Paulaner Oktoberfest

A blonde, easy-drinking German lager with a mild taste perfect for any palette. This malty, mildly bitter beer is the definition of easy-drinking, and might be just what you’re after next time the celebrations come around.

Brewed since 1818, this beer claims to be Germany’s Oktoberfest favourite. And with a taste like this, we can certainly see why it would be.


For a bit of history, perhaps you want to try the world’s first Oktoberfest beer.

A golden, savoury drink that is, by definition, perfect for festival celebrations. This is a must if you are checking out the best and the brightest of Oktoberfest specialty beer.

Hofbrau Oktoberfestbier

This bottom-fermented full-bodied beer is another example of excellently produced Oktoberfest beers. A rich, hearty option, it is packed with flavour.

If you’re in the market for a classic choice with an interesting taste, Hofbrau is certainly an excellent option.


Lowenbrau’s Oktoberfest offering is a beer with an intense flavour profile. Spicy and delicately bitter, it offers drinkers the chance to taste a beer brewed in accordance with an old Bavarian tradition.

As far as your options go, this may be one of the tastiest beers we have on the menu this year.


An amber beer with a rounded taste, this beer is subtle and refreshing. A malty savor hits the tongue as Hacker-Pschorr goes back to its routes for its Oktoberfest special.

With a drink this accessible, it seems impossible that beer drinkers worldwide wouldn’t enjoy this option at their Oktoberfest festivities.

Mixed Pack

Can’t decide which one you want to try most? Don’t worry, we have collated our favourites so you don’t have to.

Our mixed pack comes with one of each of the offerings we have mentioned here, six of the best Oktoberfest beers around.